Question about Cell Phones
I managed to get this sorted last night. If you connect your phone cia the usb cable. set the phone to usb mass stoirage and then mount the sd card. Your memory card then shows up as a drive on your laptop. In my case it was drive H. I then looked at the files on this drive and it only showed the videos and images so i then made a new folder called "songs" on the drive and copied the music i wanted to into it. when i disconnected the phone and went onto the music ico all my music was there.
still working on the bluetooth problem though.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
Make sure you have software on your computer that is able to read your phone
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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